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Terje Svabø

Terje Svabø in 2009

Terje Svabø (born 4 October 1952) is a Norwegian journalist.

Svabø has worked at Aftenposten, VG and NRK evening news, where he hosted the debate programs Debatt 21 (Debate 21) and Til debatt (English: To Debate). In 2000 he left NRK and joined the public relations agency Dinamo.[1] He has also been general manager of the think tank Civita.[2]

Until 2009, he worked as a news anchor at TV 2 Nyhetskanalen. He was for a while a freelance journalist in Vienna, where his wife Astrid Versto worked at the Norwegian embassy.[3]


  • with Bjørn Egil Eide. Smilets revolusjon: Cory Aquinos filippinske revolusjon. Oslo: Cappelen, 1986. ISBN 978-82-02-10692-8
  • with Erling Norvik. Hiv dokker i kalosjan. Oslo: Cappelen, 1990. ISBN 978-82-02-12724-4
  • with Inge Grødum. "Lillyhammer" : OL '94 sett fra utlandet. Oslo: Cappelen, 1994. ISBN 978-82-02-14143-1
  • Tampa. Lysaker: Dinamo, 2002. ISBN 978-82-8071-005-5
  • "Norsk offentlig debatt blottet for helhetstenkning". Opinion article. Aftenposten March 11, 2004. Updated December 9, 2010.


  1. ^ "– Perfekt å snakke om fortida" (in Norwegian). NRK. August 22, 2001. 
  2. ^ Solvik, Bjørn Magne (September 27, 2010). "Liberalisten Terje Svabø?". Liberaleren (in Norwegian). 
  3. ^ Kristensen, Eivind (October 27, 2009). "Terje Svabø slutter i TV 2: Flytter til kona i Wien". Dagbladet (in Norwegian). 
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